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Z-Wave Shows Off New Members at CES

The Z-Wave Alliance is ringing in the New Year at CES 2011 with the release of new products, services, and home control and automation demonstrations from its members. At CES 2011, members of the Z-Wave Alliance will be demonstrating a number of new products and solutions for wireless home control solutions, includin
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The Z-Wave Alliance is ringing in the New Year at CES 2011 with the release of new products, services, and home control and automation demonstrations from its members.

At CES 2011, members of the Z-Wave Alliance will be demonstrating a number of new products and solutions for wireless home control solutions, including:

Home Security – Z-Wave Alliance members including Schlage, Black & Decker, Assa Abloy (Yale), iControl/ADT, 2GIG and others will demonstrate products and services, as well as introduce new products and services to the market at the show with features such as video, sensors and more.

- Home Energy Management – Z-Wave will bring to life the benefits for utilities and consumers.

- Hospitality – Z-Wave’s technology is now available on a larger energy management scale for hotels and there will be a demo in the booth showcasing the various features being implemented in one of the nation’s iconic hotels.

- Z-Wave Alliance Interoperability Wall – products from various Z-Wave Alliance members will be on display demonstrating how all Z-Wave certified products work together for total home control.

“2010 was a significant year for the Z-Wave Alliance that included the addition of 37 new members from around the world, plus a new principal member, 2GIG, and more than 100 new Z-Wave certified products that are now available to consumers,” noted Raoul Wijgergangs, chairman of the Z-Wave Alliance. “With 160 Z-Wave Alliance members globally and 450 Z-Wave certified products, Z-Wave dominates the next-gen home security market and is making rapid inroads in energy management and home healthcare as consumers look to take more control over their lives and home systems.”

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